Jump to content
 
Search In
  • More options...
Find results that contain...
Find results in...

moira

Members
  • Content Count

    24
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Everything posted by moira

  1. Kiss of Death, Night and The City, Pick-Up on South Street. Scarlet Street, The Stranger, Odd Man Out, Brighton Rock, The Third Man, The Window, The Big Heat. Leaving out a lot. Only three-- sadistic. Am adding Sabotage (Hitchcock) -- because I love it. Chronologically too soon for noir, but it is pre-noir, noir prototype.
  2. The Match King, Three on a Match, Public Enemy, Gold Diggers of 1933, Night Nurse, She Done Him Wrong, Morning Glory, A Farewell to Arms, Employees' Entrance, Red-Headed Woman, The Front Page
  3. Does noir music have to be jazz? Can't it be classical, and why not pop?
  4. One more, https://parallax-view.org/2009/04/03/keeping-score-musique-noir-investigating-the-sound-of-film-noir/
  5. http://www.bernardherrmann.org/articles/misc-torncurtain/ if you look to the right of the article, there are more links and resources to noir music. and there's this https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Film_Noir_(album) Carly Simon's Film Noir, a 1996 album: Edit "You Won't Forget Me" (Kermi Goel, F. Speilman) – 2:52 "Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye" (Cole Porter) – 4:33 "Lili Marlene" (M. David, Norbert Schultze, H. Leip) – 3:41 "Last Night When We Were Young" (Edgar Yip Harburg, Harold Arlen) – 4:42 "Spring Will Be a Little Late This Year"
  6. Assuming most everyone who loves Eddie & film noir knows about his Film Noir Foundationhttp://www.filmnoirfoundation.org/home.html. Twenty dollars gets you an emailed newsletter full of all sorts of film noir facts & the money gies to film restoration.
  7. HBOMAX has a great deal of his movies available now (5/2021), The Apu Trilogy & many more. Others are on The Criterion Channel.
  8. The 49th Parallel (1941), & That Hamilton Woman (1941).
  9. Sanuel Fuller's The Crimson Kimino (1959).
  10. I look forward all week long to Saturday night film noirs with Eddie Mueller.
  11. What Price Hollywood, Baby Face, The Most Dangerous Game, Bombshell
  12. One of my favorites too. I rate it a sold 10.
  13. It's just for Oscar month, won't it be back in March? Plus it gives the guy (sorry, forgot his name) time to research and track down more films and me a chance to actually watch the ones taped to my DVR. Meantime read some of the stories and books the films were based on? Plus, if you look at the upcoming schedule there are film noirs throughout, just not at the times we're accustomed to and without the appropriate introductions and epilogues.
  14. Dear TCM, Thank you for airing these genius vintage films -- they are the history of the films we treaasure today. I wiish you would air them regularly. Late Friday nights, maybe? Sunday nights! Awful! I had to rearrange my entire DVR to fit them all in. But I'm sure they'll be worth it. Anything by a Fleischer brother is. Thanks, Arlene Herring, Brooklyn, NY
  15. Dear TCM, Thank you for airing these genius vintage films -- they are the history of the films we treaasure today. I wiish you would air them regularly. Late Friday nights, maybe? Sunday nights! Awful! I had to rearrange my entire DVR to fit them all in. But I'm sure they'll be worth it. Anything by a Fleischer brother is. Thanks, Arlene Herring, Brooklyn, NY Edited by: moira on Oct 21, 2012 7:35 PM
  16. Thank you! I found the title at IMDB yesterday, after scrolling through pages of 'Nazi' keyworded titles. But I didn't know the details about the editions, always wanted to. Discovered yesterday it was released on DVD as part of a Great WWII Movie DVD package, and I can Netflix it.
  17. I'm trying to find the title of a black and white movie about a village in Eastern Europe under attack by Nazi planes during WWII. Eventually they get occupied by Nazis. This movie had a Nazi performing medical experiments on the village children. It used to be aired on PBS stations in the 1970s and 1980s. The NY Times would always say it had been heavily edited. I think it was made in the 1930s or 1940s. I thought the title included the words night and stars but all keyword searches have come up empty. It is not the great Italian movie 'Night of the Shooting Stars'. Anyone out there remember?
  18. Well, guess what? IMDB says this movie was released on DVD in 1998! So -- TCM, please get hold of a copy and air it! Thank you, Arlene Herring ekelks@msn.com
  19. http://tcmdb.com/title/title.jsp?scarlettTitleId=69043 here's the link, I hope. David Lean directed. Noel Coward wrote the play, the screenplay too, I think...
  20. Check it out: search TCM for "Bithe Spirit," that gorgeous Noel Coward movie with Rex Harrison and other greats, and you'll be asked to add your vote to a petition to get the classic movie studios to transfer it from video to DVD format, or is it just to video? Either way, please do this: the funniest, most enchanting love/ghost story ever, and the color! I'll come back with a link.
  21. I also remember seeing a movie called 'The Blue Rose' when I was younger and it was NOT 'The Thief of Baghdad' -- similar, but definitely not a movie with John Justin. Lost is the right adjective for this one.
  22. I think that it was the 22nd you're remembering, and Sabotage Agent is probably the title, though Saboteur played right before that one. The whole day was full of WWI and WWII espionage movies: 22 Tuesday 6:00 AM Mata Hari (1931) Romantic biography of World War I's notorious lady spy. Greta Garbo, Ramon Novarro, Lionel Barrymore. D: George Fitzmaurice. BW 89m. CC 7:30 AM Stamboul Quest (1934) A notorious enemy spy falls for an American medical student during World War I. Myrna Loy, George Brent, Lionel Atwill. D: Sam Wood. BW 86m. CC 9:00 AM Espionage Agent (1939) Amer
© 2021 Turner Classic Movies Inc. A Time Warner Company. All Rights Reserved Terms of Use | Privacy Policy | Cookie Settings
×
×
  • Create New...